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Fred Leeson

The building should remain while Northwest Natural cleans up the rest of the site. Other viable ideas for preservation might arise in the meantime. If nothing else, a ruin is an interesting idea!
I'm puzzled by Brian's description of this building as Romanesque. Anyone have a better historical description of its style?
"Industrial Victorian" is my shot at it....

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